New Made in Lincolnshire brochure celebrates manufacturing businesses

Date posted: May 18, 2021
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Whether they’re creating tasty treats, designing for dogs or changing the world through innovative technology, the manufacturing sector in Greater Lincolnshire and Rutland is thriving, bringing £1.8 billion to the local economy annually!

To celebrate the county’s diverse range of manufacturers, which includes businesses of all shapes and sizes, Business Lincolnshire and the Greater Lincolnshire LEP have launched the latest version of the Made in Lincolnshire brochure.

Featuring more than 70 businesses from across Greater Lincolnshire and Rutland, this interactive brochure is a chance to discover the home-grown manufacturing businesses that make our county great.

The brochure is available to download from the Business Lincolnshire website, and will continually be updated to showcase as many local names as possible.

The brochure is designed to not only highlight the county’s diverse range of manufacturers but to also help local businesses to connect.

By inter-trading and working together, local SMEs can boost both their own business and the Greater Lincolnshire and Rutland economy, creating new opportunities for themselves and others.

Darren Joint, Chair of the Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise Partnership Manufacturing Board and Managing Director of Viking Signs (who are featured in the brochure), said:

It is great to see this new Made in Lincolnshire Brochure promoting so many of the fantastic manufacturing businesses in our county.

As a business listed, it’s an important opportunity to extend our very much appreciated local customer base. With the changes to trading conditions brought about by the EU-exit and COVID-19 pandemic, more and more manufacturers are looking to localise and de-risk their supply chains – Made in Lincolnshire can help them to connect with new customers and suppliers right on their doorstep!

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